God’s Promises

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photoMid-week Inspiration: Rain, Wildflowers and God’s Promises

This week I wanted to share with you a picture from my back yard. I love this vine which I believe is a trumpet vine. The arbor is made from Cedar–my husband cut down a few of the smaller cedars and built it last year. But what amazes me is that the trumpet vine blooms, in spite of our drought which has been going on for several years now.

Isn’t that amazing? Hummingbirds come and hover around the blooms, drawing sustenance. Bees buzz in and out of the blossoms. The leaves provide shade. In the midst of drought, we have all of these blessings.

Which brings me to Deuteronomy 28:12

The Lord will open the heavens, the storehouse of his bounty, to send rain on your land in season and to bless all the work of your hands.


Isn’t that a lovely promise? Many of us in Texas are draw encouragement from those words. What promise from God’s word helps you through difficult times? Use the leave-a-reply at the top of this post and encourage someone else today.



Do You Believe?

Amish fiction, Christian living
iStock photo, used with permission

iStock photo, used with permission

Miracles, Do You Believe In Them?

Usually my midweek post is an inspirational one. Something to encourage you and help you through your week. But today, I need a little help. I need you to answer a question, and it’s critical to the book I’m currently writing (more about that at a later time).

It’s kind of a simple question. DO YOU BELIEVE Continue reading

An Amish Garden

Amish fiction, Amish Novella Collection

Garden webNew Release – An Amish Garden

I’m so excited to share my newest release with you. An Amish Garden is arriving at your local store this week, and it will officially ship from Amazon, B&N, and CBD on Tuesday, March 18th.

This was my first novella collection to participate in, and I enjoyed it very much. What an honor to join Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, and Tricia Goyer! Our assignment was to write a story that Continue reading